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ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MAY 4, 1917 .
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There are several registered animal on the farm that are making creditable Knowing, hut owing to the lack of previous recorda they do not show up In the records as well as some of tho cows which have freshened recently, bit when the yearly record Is made out they will be ni.i among the highest producers. ( . H. Johanson, who has a milking therefore produce the drug habit. We recommend that all you who suffer with catarrh try a bottle of this won derful remedy. It comes In 60c and $1 slr.es. Bold and recommended by Plaza Pharmacy, St. Helens. 125 Toi PiL 00 botJ . or ti i ihlppj toi 1 ur pi of ltd OIL COOK STOVES I have the Perfection, Hartford and Florence Coaloil Cook Stoves, made in one, two, three and four burn ers; with or without ovens and with or without high shelf. I also have one (only) $60.00 Crescent Rane, made in St. Johns, Ore., at a special price of $52.50 to close out. E. A. ROSS FURNITURE UNDERTAKING NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY COURT OP THE BTATE OK OREGON FOR COL UMBIA COUNTY. In the Matter of the Estate of Frank Newbold, Deceased. , nuu lias n in iiKing i inouce is nereDy given, That the Herd of 14 cows, has five of them nn 1 undersigned has been duly aDnolnterf the honor roll this month and has ad,nlnltrtrlx of the estate of Frank never had less since Doce,,,.,., tm. H! l' Jr the County u Mr i,.i., .ou oi i;oiumnia county. State of is Mr. Johanson a seconil v, i : rw.,.. i . ... ' hid v.ftww, nuu nan uuiy uuailliea ror aaaaciation and, needless to say, he'l,at(1 Hunt. All persons having Is very much Interested In another ' clalm lnt aid estate are hereby association this coming year ! notlflea. and required to present the Knlvin iL!- . T . 8ame- du'5r verified and with proper hoivm Groves herd of registered , vouchers to the admlnlatratrix at her Ayrshire has recently been placed resldenca in the City of St. Helens, on ofTlclal test to determine which of Columbla County, State of Oregon, hla cows were the best ,,!. l'.tllln lx ontln from the date of - ' --'inis nonce. 1 St. Mens Lumber Co. ! Wood and Lath Electric Lighting Lumber Manufacturers t f The results were very gratifying to tint company when they found that 60 per cent of their herd had made the honor roll during the first month of test. This month there has been flvo cow sold to the butcher and doubt- Dated at St. Helens. Orpirnn Anrll 27th, 19U. ANNIE NEWBOLD, Administratrix of the estate of Frank Newbold, deceased. HARRIS & GORE, Attorney for Administratrix, St. Helens, Ore. 19-5 less many more will go when the!. , " year s work la summarized Next A llule Want Ad. will bring results. month will complete the year's work for the association cud at that time 1 a complete summary of the work will ; bo given. DANA 8. FRAME. Tester. If. C.Ml'LLENHOFK, Secretary. Always trade In your home town. Lime and sulphur spraying solu tion, Cue a gallon. Water glass egg preservative In 36c, 60o and $1 bottle. Homing's Drug Store, on tho Strand. JliOLE WHEKT FLOUR IIS MORE WHOLESOME Lilt Wlirat llrcud In a llyulrnli' .Xerawlty. ;r Charl.-i! K. Hanks of tits pub nUti iiTvli'tt ny t tint tho flour (foirol um Iuib bum blod white ilit nilllort. It represent the rhy wtittu powder remaining after ii si the tiutritlot ul eleineiiU ex : the starch nnd gluten hnvo beoi; fdout. lie says thut exporimenta Hist test rhli'kcna ft'd exclu lr on bleached white flour, after lift will Ii'-coiiiii ur.'lyEi-d from JDiitrltliin nml that a few days' lint on tint par: oj the grain l out will rentore them to :!lh. ! Kills flour has no value except t duo to sturrh and a uioder.ilo mm of wheat protein. It ap ! to Hid hoiihi'wlfo because it ihlloaiid pretty, It keeps well. win up well Into hicuil and p.s- und It iiiakex attractive bread. utommcrrlally nttrartlvu be?HUs) pi well in all climates. It U W, lucrt BiiliMlaiice that reslsti "rltl procewtes well nml In not "Nf fermented. "' I'm other blind, whole wheal ' contitliiH the wheat germ and Mluciice does not keep so well " wy vitalizing guullly 0f the i" nukes It Iiinu Mtulile. 'Im PartH of the wheat berry ' ln"r'l lulled out are the vlta '" W necessary tnr nniiiinu.l h1"1. Hie phoHphales nnd other sallH needed by tho human "If. COIlsllli.rnl.ln ...... .. " . ui iiitj prw must of tho rats rbohydralcH. Tim vuru l(iiutl- , , Lor 11,0 ,M'r' T most needed for " ' are made Into byproduct and ,ur"'i rs as food for cattle and United States public health issued a bulletin on this nub- ii. i. i. ' """ wno reaus bulletin will understand why ' Aiiierlcnii are constipated, PttHty u,,, ,....(.. . (Vllll, tl'liigs now are, the conHuiuur ; I'ouhh, gut wh0, h "w 'rom li..,1i,lr full nviiig unsuc- "y tried some of tho grocery '". SOIIIO ,n . - e'llioi iiu.uiinneu conee -- ground their own flour. P'Tson tiikl... - . .. . K,tll . niixeu uiui ex- iT othor .f0,M, tu flour ti lucking In IBank, I , D"KK0""n ofTored by Dr. ' that wo change our custom KlBour "".,r.,n"?d.. fHr. Wh,e I(iIWm. . " " lo'ioweu by an l cu,(? 1,,ln PPly- The change Iol ,,,:" 7",(l 1'icreaso the supply ,B:'fl.red.""'reUS0 11,6 "ett,t"ful- AILROADS HELP IN i'OOD PRODUCTION 8lllllin. ... Ho Cn ",clno msent all pver "i-oiin. ', ' ""ve boon Erected to Grille. V"' B",t0 8,1,1 fc,leraI a" hr'ewlv , nn"Hll"8 'armor and eii,Mrv l" "impaign for food ony , un u"d production. Not tUturni rullroad providing agrl- . iu iruvei along US lines and lecture lo farmers, but sta- Bl'.M.MON'S Hon agents aud reiiresentatlves of, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE the Southern I'acltlc Company have! STATE OF OREGON FOR THE been asked lo brlug lo tho alteullon L. !i0l:,NT.Y hL (OLJJMBIA. . 4 . , , ... I Cell Bagley. Plnlntlff, v. Lucius P. f lli use concerned, placards and bul- Bagley, Defendant lutlns which are now being issued by To Lucius P. Bagley, the abovo Iean Tliomus K. Hunt of tho agrl-'named defendant: cultural experiment station of the In tl,e nam? 0,,the State of Ore- ,, . ,. ... ., gon, you are hereby required to ap- Unlvcrslty of ( ullfornlu. aud the spe-, pear and anBwer tn complalnt m clul comiuitlco on resources and food 1 against you In the above entitled supply appointed by tho state council ' ult on or before the 6th day of May, PANDORA CORONADO GRAND CIGAR 10 Cents BANKERS' HAVANA 3 for 25c You'll enjoy these luxury smokes. ASK YOUR DEALER ASK YOUR GROCER FOR ST. HELENS BRAND A HOME PRODUCT CARLOAD OF SEED POTATOES WANTED COLUMBIA RIVER CANNING ID PRODUCE COMPANY AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA We Serve Only the Best Our place has gained a reputation for serving the best Meals and Lunches. Then, too, we handle Cigars, Candies and Soft Drinks. Some morning try our Waf fles ; many people tell us they are very good. MASON'S of defeiiHe. The Southern Pacific Bulletin, which reaclieu 5,000 employes semi monthly, urges that farmers be ad vlmd to plant grain sorghums im mediately nn any good average soil. J. N. HIBBARD AUCTIONEER 1917, said day being after the ex piration of six weeks from the date of the first publication of this sum mons, and If you fall to appear and answer said Complaint, for want IhaMnf tl.A nlalnfltt will A the Court for the relief demanded I J.UM.I'.f lhlJ, therein, to-wlt: for a decree forever and on Irrigated soil up lo June 25. dissolving the bond of matrimony Details may he obtained from the lo-1 now existing between plaintiff and ...i r,.r... .,,ivu.,r ,,r iiv wriiliitf the i defendant and for such other and ,. . , , . , .,, . i further relief as to the Court may University of California. Agricultural ; meet ,n(1 equltaMa , tne prera7. j College, Berkeley, Cal. ! Hes. This summons Is published by j J The same railroad publication also order of the Honorable J. A. Eakln, It points out the following seven ways ! J"'1"" ' abov entitled court,; ; ,, , , . , , , which order was made and entered on ! 1.. u'M,li iw.ii.v lu wii.li.il .ill fiiiill . . - . and how to save this waste: I'urm and SUm k Sale a Kjiecialty An) where Any Time Charge KeuMonable WASH. A nice lunch at any time ; prices reasonable. I he 19th day of March, 1917. and the time prescribed for publication ; s 1. The Use of needlessly expensive thereof Is six week beginning with j liie issue ui r riuuy, marcil 0, ifij,! nnd continuing each week thereafter J to and Including the Issue of Friday, May 4. 1917. If CLARENCE L. EATON. IS Masonic Temple. Oregon City. i Oregon, Attorney for Plaintiff. material, providing little nutrition, often selected because of appearance. The most economical food is that which supplies the nutriment at ttie lowest cost. 2. Failure to uelect rightly accord ing to season. 3. Poor preparation which reduces :ho food value. . A greal deal Ih thrown away that mlglit bn used. 5. Ignorance of the proper caro of food materials In tho home and of preservation methods. 6. Kxpenso of retail delivery to homes, which Is often demanded for iimull orders twlqe a (lay, and dupli cation of delivery routes for the same product. 7. W'usto In fuel. Plan melius to conserve It. By proper caro of stoves, and the uso of the gas oven for most CONTRACTING HOUSE MOVING Cement and Concrete Work a Specialty CHARLES REAM S St. Helens, Oregon CITY GARAGE ' Agency for The Chevrolet $630.00 F. O. B. St. Helens Sold on easy terms Ilupmobile Service Station Keep a Full Line of Firestone Tires OIL. GASOLINE AND ACCESSORIES nest equipped Machine Shop in the town for Auto and Marine Work Battery Recharging S r. Hklens, Oregon SI MMONS IY PIIUJCATIOX IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE. OF OREGON. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF COLUM- BIA. Mary E. Buol, Plaintiff. v. Frank , A. Buol. Defendant. To Frank A. Buol, the above named defendant: In the name of the State of Ore gon, you are hereby required to ap-1 pear and answer the complaint filed 1 against you In the above entitled suit, i on or before the 8th day ot June, j 1917. said date being more than six i week from the 27th day of April. 1917. the date fixed for the first pub licition of this summons, and if you fall in innvnr nr otherwise aDDear of the moal Instead of for tho meat ier(,ni 1B plaintiff for the want alone much waste may bo eliminated. I thoreof, will apply to the court for the relief prayed for In her cora- COWS IMPROVING Monthly lUMirt of tho tirtnlinm Col umbia) Slough Association. A month ago there wore but 26 cows on the honor roll while now we have 34,' and must remember that there Is one les day than In March Tho production In general Is much higher nnd for onco wo cannot lay It to green feed nor warmer weather, merely to the fact that the cows are good and the dairymen are dolns more scientific work. Mr. Mullen hoff cow Joslo freshened December 14, and since that time, a little over four months, lias made 422.43 pounds of butter fat. When the year'a sum mary Is figured she will probably ap proach tho 600-11). mark. Lucy, a grade cow belonging to Mr. Luscher, tops the association list this month and It may be remem bered that this cow also topped the list lust June. She 1 of good type and lia a wonderfully Bhnpod square udder. She bus a good test and we might say that this I one of the features that official testing brings out in a dairy herd. Johanson Bros.' cow again pro duced over 60 pounds of butter fat plaint heroin, to-wit: For a Judg ment and decree against the defend ant that the bonds ot matrimony heretofore existing and now existing between the plaintiff and defendant be dissolved and held for naught, and such further aud other relief as to till Honorable Court may seem Just and equitable. This Summons is serrea upon you by Diibllcatton thereof In the St. Hel en Mist, by order of the Honorable J. A. Eakln, Judge or tne aDove en titled Court, dated the 23rd day of April, 1917. WYATT & CAMPBELL. Attornoys for Plaintiff, Port land. Orogon. Date ot first publication. April 27, 1917. Date of last publication June 1st, 1917. CENTRAL SHOE SHOP is again open. REPAIRING Promptly and Satisfactorily done at Right Prices J. MILLER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undorsignod has been appointed Pdmlnlstratrlx of the estate of Ueorgo L. Morel, deceased, by the county Court of the State of Oregon for Col umbia County, and has quallflod. All persons having claim against said estate are hereby notified to present same, duly verified, to the under signed at her home at Goble, Oregon, within six month from date hereof. Dated and first published May 4, 1917. LOUISE M. ANLIKEIt, Administratrix of the estate of George L. Morel, deceased. J. W. DAY. Attorney. 20-5 REAL SMOKES Woods has a fine line of Tobacco and Qigars, also Fruit and Candies. BILLIARDS and POOL Good fast tables and a clean place. A pleasant way to spend an idle hour. EDDIE'S PLACE E. B. Woods, Prop. . Phone 96 Pay With Checks It greatly -facilitates and simplifies every business deal. It is a check on forgetful nesa. Your check back from the tank is a receipt and a re minder in case entry of the pay ment har. teen omitted. WE PAY 4 PER CENTON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS THE Columbia County Bank St, Helen, Oregon EDWIN ROSS, President A. L. STONE, Cashier H. E. LA BARE, Assistant Cashier THK CKLKUltATEl) BERGMANN SHOE Awarded Gold Medal P. V. I. K. Sun Francisco, 1015. lagers' Cruisers, Miners und Sportsmen. Men's Comfort Dres Shoes. Strong Sltoea for Boys. Manufactured by TIIKO. BKKtJMANN SHOE MFO. CO. 2l Tlmiman Street POItTLAND, OKE. ASK VOli THE BEKGMANN WATEItPKOOF SHOE OIL -